Shauna C. Bryce, Esq.

Name: Shauna C. Bryce, Esq. Twitter: @brycelegal LinkedIn: /in/shaunabryce Personal Website/Blog: www.brycelegal.com Bio: Shauna C. Bryce, Esq. is the author of How to Get a Legal Job: A Guide of New Attorneys and Law School Students and the founder of Bryce Legal Career Counsel. Before becoming a resume writer and career adviser for lawyers, she practiced law in an international firm based in Manhattan, a regional law firm, and in-house. She served on a firm’s hiring committee, participated in hiring decisions and recruiting events, reviewed countless resumes, conducted interviews, and mentored junior and mid-level associates. Today, Shauna is a career industry leading expert in the development of strategic resumes for attorneys. What's your favorite career related quote? “Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.” (William James) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? The opportunity to share proven strategies for job search and career development success! Articles written by this expert: 5 Wardrobe Malfunctions Your Interviewer Won’t Tell You About (Men’s Edition!) 5 Wardrobe Malfunctions Your Interviewer Won’t Tell You About (Women’s Edition!) 3 Hygiene and Grooming Faux Pas Your Interviewer Won’t Tell You About 3 Items to Hide from Your Interviewer 5 Critical Differences Between Legal and Business Resumes 3 Reasons Why Your Interviewer isn’t Your Friend Entrepreneurs: The Fallacy of the Big Idea 6 Ways to Shorten Your Job Search Without a Resume 3 Reasons to Use a New Phone Number for Your Job Search 6 Ways To Find Your Digital Dirt Before Your Employer Don’t Believe the Hype: Paper Resumes Aren’t Dead Why Your References Should Be Ready Before Starting Your Job Search How to Handle Salary on Application Forms 4 Clues Your LinkedIn Strategy is Working 5 Clues Your LinkedIn Strategy Needs Help Removing Your Address and Home Phone Number from Your Resume Should You Upload Your Resume to LinkedIn or Other Social Media? Why Your Resume Should Be Ready Before You Need a Job Why You Should Verify Employment Information With Past Employers How To Be A LION On LinkedIn 5 Common LinkedIn Mistakes 8 Snacks To Satisfy Stress Munchies Why Networking Is Important For Your Job Search And Career Development Is Your Spam Filter Blocking Your Job Search?

If you saw our first video, you might have heard about the interview situation one of our viewers, Remi submitted. He was in an interview and was asked the question: How many cows are there in Canada right now? - What a weird question but this is a technique that some hiring managers are using these days.

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In this week's episode of "Well This Happened", we want to know what you would do if you worked for an owner who micro-manages you my watching you work on camera and reading through your company emails.

We want YOU to be the career coach and tell us which one is the RIGHT answer!

Think you know? Vote below, and stay tuned for later this week when we announce the right answer (and why the other ones are wrong).

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In this week's episode of "Well This Happened", we want to know what you would do if your co-worker took credit for the work you did...right in front of your colleagues AND boss!

We want YOU to be the career coach and tell us which one is the RIGHT answer!

Think you know? Vote below, and stay tuned for later this week when we announce the right answer (and why the other ones are wrong).

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